"Bluerain," graffiti, home foreclosures and a Mexicasian Wonderland.
By NICHOLAS KUSNETZ
The Mission - a.k.a. Hipster Hell?
Flamenco, Michael Jackson sighting at the $ store, Projecto Mission Bohemia and the Tower Theater. UPDATE: 7:17 p.m.
An update on Valencia's vacancies. Update @ 6:14 a.m.
Bread, honey and wine combine to bring more business to the dead end of Valencia Street.
Tell Mission Loc@l what businesses should go in Valencia's Vacancies.
The little antique shop takes advantage of recession and serendipity to move to the big time on Valencia Street. Part 1 of an occasional series on the move.
Hundreds of acres of waterfront development, with maps! En Español
Leave the Pants at Home The 6th Annual Valentine’s Day Underwear party kicks off tonight at the Knockout. Billed as the “best semi-nude dance party” one can only hope that it kicks off nearly as much blogger debate as Debaser. Also with significantly more clothing (we hope), former Queens of the Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri is playing a free...
Affordable housing, police and fire bond, and Fourth Street. En Español
Housing – Cheap and Not-so-cheap The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the most expensive places to live in the country, according to a study by the Urban Land Institute. Not only the next hot condo on Valencia but even homes in Napa County are above their national counterparts, reports the Business Times. Meanwhile, there’s at least one cheap...
Mission History: Clips 1 and 2 Clip 3 on Thursday. En Español
While the tsunami waves might not have had quite the impact some expected, many Bay Area residents have certainly felt the impact of yesterday’s terrible 8.8 earthquake in Chile, including Chile Lindo owner Paula Tejada. On that note, if you have any updates from friends or family in Chile that you would like to share, please do. New Turf, for...
"This is me coming back to the Mission. It's been too long. I missed the sun," he told Mission Loc@l. En Español